Touch Of Love is a song by Ingrid Chavez, recorded with an improvised musical backing by Prince in mid-December 1987, at Paisley Park Studios in Chanhassen, Minnesota (shortly after cancelling the release of “The Black Album”, during the same set of sessions as Reason Enough, Heaven Must Be Near, Crystal City Cry, Wintersong, Whispering Dandelions, Slappy Dappy, Candle Dance, Elephant Box, Blue Boy, Jadestone, Sad Puppet Dance, Standing In The Rain and Cross The Line). Prince’s music comprised chirping bird sound effects and sparse piano notes. Unlike many of the other tracks recorded during the sessions, this track is not known to have been worked on further at a later date.
Touch Of Love was included on a limited 100-copies compilation (also called Touch Of Love) distributed by Ingrid Chavez during a promotional tour in Europe in June 2018 and sold on her official website. The full song was part of a 52-minute mix with 11 other tracks, including Standing In The Rain, a portion of the early version of Elephant Box and more recent Ingrid tracks.